A-Team Insight Briefs

Cbus Chooses Matrix for Data Management

Share article

Cbus, Australia’s largest superannuation fund for the building, construction and allied industries, has chosen Matrix Solutions to provide investment management software to aggregate and analyze investment data from a wide variety of sources in order to improve decision making and reduce operational risks. Neil Lotter, Matrix CEO, comments: “We are delighted to be working with Cbus to deliver an innovative investment data platform that willunderpin reporting, exposure analysis and decision making across the firm.”

Related content

WEBINAR

Recorded Webinar: How to turn data lineage from a regulatory response into a business advantage

Regulatory initiatives increasingly require firms to put in place robust data lineage frameworks to aid in understanding the workings behind reported values. But data lineage can add business value beyond regulatory compliance. As they move to automate data lineage processes by incorporating metadata management into their frameworks, firms can start to benefit from enhanced data...

BLOG

From Wall Street to the Fashion District: Applying Big Data Principles to the Fashion Industry

By Ken Price, Founding Partner, Blake Mill. Having worked within financial technology, risk and data management for the majority of my career, I have found the transition from this sector to fashion ecommerce both fascinating and challenging. Most surprising to me was the applicability of the data quality and analysis disciplines I used in the...

EVENT

Data Management Summit London

Now in its 9th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in London explores how financial institutions are shifting from defensive to offensive data management strategies, to improve operational efficiency and revenue enhancing opportunities. We’ll be putting the business lens on data and deep diving into the data management capabilities needed to deliver on business outcomes.

GUIDE

Best Practice Client Onboarding

Client onboarding is central to the success of banks, yet it continues to present challenges and the benefits of getting it right are difficult to achieve. The challenges arise from siloed systems, manual processes and poor entity data quality. The potential benefits of successful implementation include excellent client experience, improved client acquisition and loyalty, new business opportunities, reductions in costs, competitive advantage, and confidence in compliance.